skuttle

skuttle

(ˈskʌtəl)
vb (intr)
an archaic variant of scuttle21
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All through dinner--which was long, in consequence of such accidents as the dish of potatoes being mislaid in the coal skuttle and the handle of the corkscrew coming off and striking the young woman in the chin--Mrs.
In 1976, I wrote: "There's a nasty bug about - just ask pensioners Fred and Doris Skuttle. "They couldn't believe their eyes when a deadly funnel web spider crawled from a bag of bananas and across their kitchen table.
"I am a morris dancer." To a soundtrack of gentle sobs, I explained: "Those long Saturday afternoons were not spent renovating a Victorian coal skuttle at a friend's workshop.
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I don't think!" Fred Skuttle "I think everyone needs to get behind the team not the regime as the now old saying goes."
The speakers on the first day of the conference included Dr Ebrahim Abdul Malek, Secretary General of the UAE National Olympic Committee, Ahmad Al Fardan of the Sharjah Sports Counci l, Dr Ahmad Al Sharif, General Secretary of DSC, Yousuf Abdullah, Diederik Dewaele, Fernando Gomes, Nils Skuttle, and Damir Vrbanovic.
She was born Marya Salomee Sklodowska in 1867 in Warsaw, Poland." One particularly poignant paragraph read "Her family was desperately poor--poor in a way that a stamp, or a skuttle of coal or an occasional apple, was a treat." A pity that Parade permitted spelled-by-ear skuttle into her story.
"We're not encountering the same outright racism as then, but still people would like to skuttle (our claim to sovereignty)," he said.
47 2 Large fish kettles and strainers and 1 copper coal skuttle
He found himself facing a barrage of gunfire and was forced to skuttle back to the safety of the trenches.
"We cut six months off our product-development cycle and saved $50,000 in development costs using an FDM RP system," says Marty Hansell, VP/operations at Skuttle Products, a small manufacturer of humidifiers.
That man was Arthur Skuttle, ventriloquist and balloon-bender.